Nikolai Ahramenka was born on October, 23 1946.
He graduated from Faculty of Automatics and Computer Engineering (Minsk Radio Engineering Institute) in 1969.
In 1983 Nikolai Ahramenka graduated from Correspondence Faculty of Minsk Institute of Ministry of Home Affairs with honours.
From September 1969 till 1971 he served in the Soviet Army.
From November 1971 Nikolai Ahramenka worked as an engineer at Engineering and Cybernetics Institute (Academy of Sciences of BSSR).
From March 1972 he served in Ministry of Home Affairs. From January 1990 till 2002 Nikolai Ahramenka worked as a lecturer in educational institutions of Ministry of Home Affairs.
In 1996 Nikolai Ahramenka defended candidate's thesis “Issues of socially dangerous acts criminalization committed with the use of data-computing systems”.
Since September 1997 he has been working at the Criminal Law Department of Law faculty, BSU as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer then, an Associate Professor.
In October 1998 he received an academic rank of Associate Professor.
The total number of his publications is more than 110 including textbooks on criminal law and criminology. Nikolai Ahramenka is a co-author of 3 Commentaries on Criminal Code of the Republic of Belarus (2003, 2007, 2010).
He was awarded with an honorary letter of BSU Chancellor (2006).
Nikolai Ahramenka is a member of editorial staff of the science and practical journal “Information security management” and a member of Belarusian Republican Union of Lawyers.
From 1993 till 1995 he was a member of a workgroup which worked on the draft of Penal Code of the Republic of Belarus.
Nikolai Ahramenka lectures on Criminal Law, Criminology, Qualification of Crimes.
His professional interests lie in computer crimes, information security, theoretical issues of penal law.